You can eat your own dry fruits or dry fruits that you make.
And when it comes to acne, you can also eat your dried fruits and/or dried fruit.
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Dermatology suggests that a combination of dried fruits with an antioxidant (like vitamin E or beta-carotene) can help prevent and treat acne.
Dried fruits have a number of different functions, including providing fiber, vitamin E, beta-tocopherol, antioxidants and some antioxidants that are known to help with skin and hair loss, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
They also have been shown to help relieve symptoms of psoriasis, psorinitis, eczema and inflammatory acne.
The FDA said in a statement that dried fruits are good for your skin and are the most popular food in the U:”Dried fruit is an excellent source of vitamin E and antioxidants and a powerful anti-inflammatory agent that is effective for acne.
It is recommended that people who are at high risk for skin and/organs, such as women and older adults, consume a low-glycemic diet, and people who have a history of acne should also consider consuming dried fruits as part of a healthy diet.”
According to the study, a study team led by Dr. Sushila Narasimhan at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, analyzed the effects of dried fruit and its combination with beta-hydroxybutyrate (beta-OHB) and vitamin E on the skin of 12 healthy volunteers.
The results were published in Journal of the Indian Academy of Dermatological Sciences.
The team found that both dried fruits, as well as a combination with vitamin E (the active ingredient in Vitamin E cream) significantly reduced inflammation and hyperpigmentation in the skin and in the body.
The combination also decreased inflammation, and decreased oxidative stress.
These results are promising for the future use of vitamin supplements in the prevention and treatment of acne, said Dr. Narasamans co-author and professor of dermatology and clinical pharmacology at the institute.
Dr. Narvasimhan said that although there is no evidence to support the consumption of these products, they may be useful in people at high-risk for acne or who are in need of antioxidant supplements.
She noted that the results were not limited to people at low risk for acne, and that it might also be useful for people who do not have acne or have acne-related symptoms.
“These results indicate that this combination of vitamin supplement is an effective alternative to topical use of topical products,” Dr. Narsimhan added.
The researchers said that vitamin supplements may have other uses in the future, including for preventing skin cancer and improving the appearance of wrinkles.
Dr Narasemhan noted that more research is needed to better understand the effect of these antioxidants on the human body and that further research is necessary to determine whether the combination of beta-OHBs and vitamin e is safe and effective.
The study, titled “Dried and processed fruit antioxidants reduce acne,” was supported by the Indian government’s National Institute of Bio-Technology.
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